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Why we celebrate Hanuman Jayanti?
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Hanuman Jayanti is also known as Hanumath Jayanti. This festival is celebrated for celebrating the birth of Sri Hanuman which is the Vanara and is adored across India. This festival is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the Shukla Paksha in the month of Chaitra of Hindu Calendar i.e. Chaitra Pournimaa. Sri Hanuman is a fervent devotee of Lord Rama and he is worshipped for his undaunted devotion to Lord Rama. During this auspicious occasion, the devotees

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Rama Navami Celebration in India
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Hindu Festival Rama Navami is celebrated for the Lord Rama’s birth, son of Queen Kausalya and King Dasharatha of Ayodhya. Lord Rama id the seventh incarnation of Dashavatara of Lord Vishnu. The festival of Rama Navami is celebrated in the Shukla Paksha of Navami, which is considered as the 9th day in the month of Chaitra, according to Hindu Calender. This festival is also named as Chaitra Masa Suklapaksha Navami. This festival also in scripts the

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Why Navratri is celebrated twice a year?
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The festival of Navratra is dedicated to Hindus for worshiping deity Durga. The meaning of word Navratra is “nine nights” this is extracted from Sanskrit, where nav means nine and ratri means night. Hindus worship nine forms of Devi (Shakti). The ten days are also known as Dussehra or Vijayadashmi. This festival is among the very important festival and is celebrated twice a year with great zeal. Significance behind Navaratri Celebration The beginning

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Unique Holi Celebration in Barsana and Nandgaon
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Holi is a Hindu festival which is celebrated all over the world with lots of colors but every state of India has some unique way of celebrating Holi. In Barsana (75 miles from South Delhi), near Mathura people use to play “lath mar holi”.  This holi style represents a way in which people hit each other with a stick. Hitching with a stick is not because of any anger or revenge but it is a kind of some ritual there. The story behind this ritual

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Best Destinations to Celebrate Holi in India
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Holi the Indian festival of colors Holi is the Indian festival of colors. This festival is celebrated during spring season by all Indian masses. Holi is also considered as the festival of love. Holi is also celebrated with great pomp by Hindus who reside in other countries of South East Asia. Even non Hindus residing in South Asia also love to play with colors during the festival of Holi. Holi is celebrated mainly in India and Nepal and in those

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Holi Festival of Colors and How People Celebrate Holi
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Holi: the wonderful festival of Colors in India India is a land of diverse festivals. Indians spend the entire part of the year by celebrating different festivals. Holi has a unique glory among all Indian festivals. Holi is considered as the festival of colors. People in India celebrate Holi with great joy and thrill. This festival is celebrated in India by Hindus and even people of other religious communities. Story behind Holi Holi denotes the

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Significance of Makar Sakranti and Ways People Celebrate in India
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Makar Sakranti is the popular festival of India. It’s is being celebrated in many portions of the country and also in some other chunks of the world with great passion and interest. It is a fruit-age carnival which is mostly celebrated in the Hindu societies. It is mainly celebrated in the states of Bihar, Bengal,Punjab,Maharashtra,Gujarat,Rajasthan and TamilNadu with great glory & enthusiasm. Every State is known for their own festival like

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